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[texts]The lungfish, the dodo & the unicorn : an excursion into romantic zoology - Ley, Willy, 1906-1969
Originally published in 1941 as: The lungfish and the unicorn
Keywords: Animals; Animals, Mythical; Lungfishes
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[texts]The structure and evolution of teeth in lungfishes (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.33, No.3) - Denison, Robert H. (Robert Howland), 1911-1985
Includes bibliographical references (p. 56-58)
Keywords: Lungfishes, Fossil; Teeth, Fossil
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[texts]Early Devonian lungfishes from Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.17, No.4) - Denison, Robert H. (Robert Howland), 1911-1985
Includes bibliographical references (p. 410-413)
Keywords: Lungfishes, Fossil -- Wyoming; Lungfishes -- Utah; Lungfishes -- Idaho; Paleontology -- Devonian; Paleontology -- Wyoming; Paleontology -- Utah; Paleontology -- Idaho
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[texts]New Pennsylvanian lungfishes from Illinois (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.12, No.12) - Denison, Robert H. (Robert Howland), 1911-1985
Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-211)
Keywords: Lungfishes, Fossil -- Illinois; Paleontology -- Pennsylvanian; Paleontology -- Illinois
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[texts]Permo-Carboniferous fresh water burrows (Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol.33, No.15) - Olson, Everett Claire, 1910-1993
Burrow-casts from fresh-water deposits of the Late Paleozoic have given concrete evidence of the aestivation of the lungfish, Gnathorhiza, and the amphibian, Lysorophus. The structure of these burrows and inference concerning the life habits of their occupants are analyzed, with special attention to Lysorophus. A previously unknown type of burrow, found in association with those of lung fish is described...
Keywords: Burrowing animals, Fossil; Paleontology -- Carboniferous; Lung-fishes, Fossil; Amphibians, Fossil; Sedimentary structures -- United States; Paleontology -- Permian
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